Somewhere over the rainbow

Just got back from a spectacular week in NY. I was on my own, doing what I wanted, how I wanted, and with whomever I wanted. If you are a parent, especially a single parent, you know that time is rare. I had wanted to do this since I got divorced; the freedom of walking […]

#theblur

Recently I had an epiphany that my blog may be of interest to my boys in later years. They will have some insight into my thoughts real-time. Because I am unable to communicate with my mom, I try to think about what she may be thinking or what she would do in a situation. #WWJD?? […]

How sweet it is!

Over the years I have always shared that although autism sucks most of the time, there are some spectacular things about it that should be shared.¬†At this time of year as we head into the giving thanks season I am reminded just how much autism and Bryan have given to me. Although each person’s autism […]

Gut check.

This week has been filled with lots of phone calls with friends dealing with all sorts of medical and behavioral issues with their kids. I love to brainstorm with my friends for their kids and I am grateful when they do the same for me. One theme over the years that keeps surfacing is the […]

The Road Less Traveled

Today I read a blog from an autism mom explaining about how sometimes she is angry at parents of typical kids. I get it. Sometimes as a special needs parent you really don’t want to hear how some parents are deciding which college their kid will go to, which car they should get them, blah […]

Have courage and be kind….

There is truly no end to negativity surrounding people with disabilities. When it is your child, no matter how many times you encounter new people and their reactions to your kid, you feel like you were hit with a brick. Sometimes I shake my head and think, are people really that out of touch? Are […]